Qadri: unclear and contradictory
COMING after six years from a foreign country, Dr Tahirul Qadri has set Jan 10 for a long march to Islamabad if the government did not reform the electoral procedure according to the constitution. He also said the judiciary, as well as the army, should be a part of the caretaker setup or be consulted.
This is a total contradiction of the constitution because there is no political role for these institutions in the political setup. The judiciary is already doing well in this regard. If he has some reservations, he should go to the court.
A common man is surprised about such a deadline when the elections are quite near. It seems he has come to accomplish some foreign agenda etc.
There is a contradiction between his ideas and the constitution. He does not touch the points which he expressed while living in Canada. For instance, he had declared suicide attacks as ‘haram’ but now he talks of dialogue with the Taliban.
He did not utter a single word about the US or drone attacks. His utterances show he wants to come into power without election. He wants to become the prime minister under the umbrella of a Musharraf-like dictator.
TARIQ HUSSAIN KHAN